Hearing of the case where city socialite and a rally driver Desh Kananura is facing murder charges alongside four others yesterday did not proceed on plan due to failure by the state witnesses to appear in court.
This prompted the trial judge to caution the state prosecutor to ensure that they produce their witnesses in the next sitting.
On Wednesday, sildenafil http://cooperatition.org/wp-includes/post-template.php state was expected to produce more witnesses, viagra order http://csnn.ca/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/product.photocrati_nextgen.php only for the State Attorney in the matter Jane Okuo Kajuga to inform court that the witness they expected couldn’t make it.
Kajuga asked court to grant them a short adjournment so they could re-summon them, information pills http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-geolocation.php which plea was challenged by the defense counsel Chris Bakiza, who asked court to grant this matter a last
adjournment since their clients need justice to be delivered to them before the elapsing of the ongoing Criminal session.
Trial Judge Justice Joseph Murangira adjourned the hearing to 19th December and tasked the prosecution to ensure that they produce a witness on that date.
Prosecution alleges that Desh Kananura, his brother Raymond Kananura, Nzoreba Samuel, Onyango Jacob and Maganda Sirus in September 2012 while at Panamera Bar Naguru Kampala suburbs, tortured and murdered Abdul Kateregga a bar attendant at Panamera Bar.